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Family Guy (1999-2000)
Animated TV series
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VOLUME ONE SEASONS 1 & 2
"Family Guy is what
you'd get if you put
Hank Hill, Homer Simpson
and Cartman in a blender!"
Meet the Griffins: Peter, the big, lovable oaf who always says what's on his mind. Lois, the doting mother who can't figure out why her baby son keeps trying to killer her. Their daughter, Meg, the teen drama queen who's constantly embarrassed by her family. Chris, the beefy 13-year-old who wouldn't hurt a fly. Stewie, the maniacal one-year-old bent on world domination. And Brian, the sarcastic dog with a wit as dry as the martinis he drinks. The animated adventures of this outrageous family will have your whole family laughing out loud.
All 28 Episodes From Seasons One And Two Included In This 4-Disc Set!
* Commentaries on Selected Episodes With Series Creator Seth MacFarlane, Executive Producer David Zuckerman, Writes And Cast Members
* Internet Promo Spots
* Behind-The-Scenes Featurette
Subtitled in English
Subtitled in Spanish
Aspect Ratio - 1.33:1
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Disc One: Season One
Death Has a Shadow Air date: 1/31/99
Written by Seth MacFarlane. Directed by Peter Shin.
When Peter mistakenly receives a Welfare check for $150,000, he attempts to return the money to taxpayes from a blimp at the Super Bowl.
Commentary on "Death Has A Shadow" by Seth MacFarlane and David Zuckerman can be heard by accessing the Special Features menu.
I Never Met the Dead Man Air date: 4/11/99
Written by Chris Sheridan. Directed by Michael Dante DiMartino.
After Peter topples the local cable TV satellite by crashing his car into it, he then drives the family nuts by spending more time with them -- without television.
Chitty Chitty Death Bang Air date: 4/18/99
Written by Danny Smith. Directed by Dominic Polcino.
Meg infuriates Lois by going to a party instead of celebrating Stewie's birthday, and to make matters worse, the party turns out to be a cult meeting.
Mind Over Murder Air date: 4/25/99
Written by Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan. Directed by Roy Allen Smith.
After punching a woman he thought was a man at a soccer game, Peter is placed under house arrest and turns his basement into a bar where Meg becomes an acclaimed lounge singer.
A Hero Sits Next Door Air date: 5/2/99
Written by Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman. Directed by Monte Young.
Peter gets extremely annoyed when a wheelchair-bound neighbor one-ups him with his winning attitude and slick maneuvers at a company baseball game.
The Son Also Draws Air date: 5/9/99
Written by Ricky Blitt. Directed by Neil Affleck.
Peter takes a wrong turn heading for NYC and winds up at a Native American casino where Lois becomes a slot machine addict.
Commentary on "The Son Also Draws" by Seth MacFarlane, Craig Hoffman, Alex Borstein, and Chris Sheridan can be heard by accessing the Special Features menu.
Brian: Portrait of a Dog Air date: 5/16/99
Written by Gary Janetti. Directed by Michael Dante DiMartino.
Brian's misbehavior at a dog show temporarily lands him on death row at the pound.
Disc Two: Season Two
Peter Peter Caviar Eater Air date: 9/23/99
Written by Chris Sheridan. Directed by Jeff Myers.
The solution to making good on a ten million dollar bid Peter makes at a charity auction seems to be donating a mansion Lois just inherited from an aunt -- until the building, formerly a whorehouse, is deemed worthless.
Commentary on "Peter Peter Caviar Eater" by Seth MacFarlane, Chris Sheridan, Ron Jones and Seth Green can be heard by accessing the Special Features menu.
Holy Crap Air date: 9/30/99
Written by Danny Smith. Directed by Neil Affleck.
When Peter's dad is forced to retire, he is hired on at Peter's factory, but the old man quickly creates misery with his autocratic style. Peter's idea for getting him fired again -- convince him to kidnap the Pope.
Commentary on "Holy Crap" by Seth MacFarlane, Chris Sheridan, Danny Smith and Steve Callaghan can be heard by accessing the Special Features menu.
Da Boom Air date: 12/26/99
Written by Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan. Directed by Bob Jaques.
When worldwide disasters usher in the new millennium, the Griffins relocate to a new town where Peter becomes the weapon-championing leader of the citizens of this new world, who eventually run the family out of town.
Brian in Love Air date: 3/7/00
Written by Gary Janetti. Directed by Jack Dyer.
A therapist tells Brian his carpet-wetting is a result of his repressed feelings for Lois.
Love Thy Trophy Air date: 3/14/00
Written by Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman. Directed by Jack Dyer.
When Stewie is placed in a foster home because Meg falsely claims he's a crack baby in order to get bigger tips as a waitress, the neighborhood puts aside its differences to get him back.
Death is a Bitch Air date: 3/21/00
Written by Ricky Blitt. Directed by Michael Dante DiMartino.
In an attempt to avoid a hospital bill, Peter pretends he's dead, thereby attracting, then trying to outrun, Death. When Peter injures Death in a scuffle, he must temporarily take over Death's unpopular duties.
The King is Dead Air date: 3/28/00
Written by Craig Hoffman. Directed by Monte Young.
Peter wrestles control away from Lois during a Quahog Players theatre group production of "The King and I," making the play into a cyborg battle, complete with bikini-clad dancing girls.
Disc Three: Season Two
I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar Air date: 3/28/00
Written by Chris Sheridan. Directed by Monte Young.
Peter's sexist remarks at work land him face-to-face with feminist attorney Gloria Ironbachs, who sends him to a sensitivity training class that makes him too sensitive.
If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin' Air date: 4/4/00
Written by Chris Sheridan. Directed by Swinton Scott III.
Peter gets a reputation for being a healer when he "miraculously" cures a made-up disease Chris uses as part of a scam on the "Grant-A-Dream" Foundation.
Running Mates Air date: 4/11/00
Written by Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman. Directed by John Holmquist.
Lois and Peter face off against each other in a bitter run for the school board, culminating in Peter spreading lies and sexy pictures of Lois around town.
A Picture's Worth A Thousand Bucks Air date: 4/18/00
Written by Craig Hoffman. Directed by Gavin Dell.
When Chris's painting is championed by a snobby New York gallery owner who alienates Peter, Peter decides to exploit Meg's bird whistling talents.
Fifteen Minutes of Shame Air date: 4/25/00
Written by Steve Callaghan. Directed by Scott Wood.
The Griffins star in a reality television show, but Meg quits, prompting the producers to repalce her with a scantily-clad vixen Meg while the real girl becomes a nanny for the Von Trapp children.
Commentary on "Fifteen Minutes of Shame" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan and Lisa Wilhoit can be heard by accessing the Special Features menu.
Road to Rhode Island Air date: 5/30/00
Written by Gary Janetti. Directed by Dan Povenmire.
Brian goes to California to escort Stewie home from his visit with his grandparents, but the dog's drinking binge results in the two travelers losing their luggage and tickets, prompting them to jump trains and trucks all the way back to Rhode Island.
Let's Go to The Hop Air date: 6/6/00
Written by Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman. Directed by Glen Hill.
When a craze involving frog-licking hits the high school, Peter goes under cover to stop the euphoria-causing trend and winds up as an icon of cool.
Commentary on "Let's Go to the Hop" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan, Matt Weitzman and Seth Green can be heard by accessing the Special Features menu.
Disc Four: Season Two
Dammit, Janet! Air date: 6/13/00
Written by Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman. Directed by Bert Ring.
Stewie falls in love with a toddler at day-care named Janet, while Lois, now a stewardess, and Peter, taking advantage of free trips, board a plane that is hijacked to Cuba.
There's Something About Paulie Air date: 6/27/00
Written by Ricky Blitt. Directed by Monte Young.
After the Mob helps Peter get his car repaired, he and Lois keep trying to avoid repaying the favor. In the process, Lois offends the nephew of the Don and a contract is taken out on her life.
He's Too Sexy For His Fat Air date: 6/27/00
Written by Chris Sheridan. Directed by Glen Hill.
Although Chris rejects the idea of liposuction in his efforts to lose weight, Peter becomes addicted to Plastic surgery.
Commentary on "He's Too Sexy For His Fat" by Seth MacFarlane, Steve Callaghan, Chris Sheridan and Danny Smith can be heard by accessing the Special Features.
E Peterbus Unum Air date: 7/12/00
Written by Neil Goldman & Garrett Donovan. Directed by Rob Renzetti.
A technically allows the Griffin home to secede from the U.S. as an independent country; but Peter's abrasive behavior towards his neighbors prompts sanctions against "Petoria" by the federal government.
Commentary on "E Peterbus Unum" by Seth MacFarlane, Neil Goldman, Garrett Donovan and Greg Garcia can be heard by accessing the Special Features menu.
The Story on Page One Air date: 7/18/00
Written by Craig Hoffman. Directed by Gavin Dell.
Meg writes an unflattering newspaper article on Mayor Adam West, which Peter discovers before press time and replaces with an article claiming that actor Luke Perry is gay; Peter then tries to seduce Perry to prove to validity of his article.
Wasted Talent Air date: 7/25/00
Teleplay by Mike Barker & Matt Weitzman. Story by Dave Collard & Ken Goin. Directed by Bert Ring.
An over-zealous Lois loses a young piano student she chloroforms in order to force-train the girl to win the State Piano Competition, but then discovers that Peter, when inebriated, is a piano-playing genius.
Fore, Father Air date: 8/1/00
Written by Bobby Bowman. Directed by Scott Wood.
Peter unsuccessfully teaches Chris to be responsible on a camping trip and then on the golf course. Meanwhile, Brian successfully convinces Stewie that booster shots he just received are part of an attempt to control his mind.
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